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How to Set Training Objectives for Customer Education


Churn is the enemy of every customer-focused business, which is why customer education is a vital part of acquiring and maintaining customers. Used properly, customers will help power product adoption while improving the individual customer’s overall experience.

How LearnDash 3.6 Offers a Sleeker Experience for Our Users


From new user flows to cleaner backend organization, LearnDash 3.6 reduces hassle while keeping the tools you need right where you can find them.


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How To Sell More Courses: Top 10 Tactics

Lambda Solutions

The best online course platforms give you the tools and audience to market your course. But uploading your learning material on these platforms isn’t enough. You also need to make efforts to promote the course and drive more sales.

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4 Ways Companies Can Prepare Today for Better Training Tomorrow


The coronavirus pandemic was a painful reminder to organizations that a crisis can strike at any time. In the midst of the pandemic, corporate training wasn’t a top priority for all companies. Many organizational leaders were doing well to simply keep their business’ doors open.

The Ultimate Guide to Engaging Your Employees in Onboarding and Training

With a war for talent raging, employee disengagement leads to defection. And nearly half of employees cite a lack of learning opportunities and professional growth as reasons for their disengagement. This guide shows you how to engage your employees in onboarding and keep them coming back for more.

“You can’t water dead plants”

Technology Enhanced Learning Blog

I’ve heard this phrase before, but never really thought about it until it was put in the context of work, and what an unsupportive work environment could do to you.

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The Do's and Don'ts of Visual Design for Virtual Learning

Intrepid by VitalSource

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Media Translation and Business Success


Media is of great importance for daily life as it often shapes our vision, likes, preferences, and determines our choices. It can be a powerful tool for any business if properly harnessed and put to good use.

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3 Ways to Improve Your Sales Employee Experience


The past year was like no other, with many organizations forced to move their entire workforce online. As the year winds down, companies in all industries are reviewing the impact of this dramatic shift on their businesses.

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What corporate L&D has to learn from Professional Associations


History tells us that trade guilds were rather powerful in Europe from the eleventh to the sixteenth century. These were associations of craftsmen and merchants formed to promote the economic interests of their members and provide protection and mutual aid.

Extended Enterprise Learning: Building Capability and Driving Performance Across the Value Chain

Extended enterprise learning can serve many needs for an organization. Latitude CG teamed up with Brandon Hall to share a deeper look into extended enterprise learning.

More Learning System Awards for 2021

eLearning 24-7

I think I’m a here this is what it is, kind of guy. No messing around. No, “Well, I enjoy sitting on a fence” – which I definitely do not enjoy. I mean, wood fences? No, thank you. Anyway, for better or worse, straight-talking, no hold barred is the appropriate way to go.

What Makes Blended and Online Learning So Successful for Your Sales Professionals?

Clarity Consultants

Continuous training is essential for your sales professionals. Along with staying current on your company’s products or services, they need a strong skill set that propels them forward.

Lessons Learned From Talking to 53 Sales Managers

Training Industry

Lessons Learned From Talking to 53 Sales Managers - Read more by Mike Allen on Training Industry. Uncategorized enterprise sales management enterprise sales training essential selling skills essential skills for salespeople finding sales opportunities sales management

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The Great Resignation: Could upskilling and reskilling be the solution?


The economy has been through some serious ups and downs over the last two years. First, it was employers letting employees go at the outset of the pandemic. Then, things turned around and companies began to settle into the “new normal.”

Which Type of LMS is Right For My Organization?

Deciding which LMS is right for your organization can be a hefty task. To help you get started and save time, we have developed a decision tree infographic that determines your best fit LMS by focusing on the type of training program you are administering

Creating An Employee Training Manual: A Complete Guide [eBook Release]

Dan Keckan

Download this eBook to learn how to create an employee training manual that engages your workforce and gives new hires a warm welcome. This post was first published on eLearning Industry. Corporate eLearning eLearning eBooks Employee Onboarding Employee Training

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Keeping on the move: Training to ensure progression and development

Learning Pool

Economic pressures and technological transformation are fueling change. Businesses can’t afford to stand still. To meet the challenges posed by rapid change, organizations need to encourage and facilitate the progression and development of their people.

Bridging Gaps And Boosting Performance With A Holistic Blended Learning Approach

Dan Keckan

How can a blended learning approach help you achieve your goals and improve team performance? Learn how AshCom tackles challenges with holistic blended training. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

5 Benefits of White-Labeling your LMS and Training Portals

Academy of Mine

When consumers or organizations do business with another company, they’re considering the brand just as much as you would be considering someone’s personality when befriending them!

Knowledge Graphic: Current State of Extended Learning

We surveyed training managers on their learning audiences, allocated budgets, modalities for delivering training, and more! This knowledge graphic summarizes our findings and helps get you started on preparing your extended enterprise training program.

Year-End L&D Review: What Worked, What Didn’t, And Key Lessons From 2021 As You Look Forward To 2022

Dan Keckan

A retrospective look at what worked, what didn't, and other key lessons learned from our 2021 year-end L&D review. This post was first published on eLearning Industry. Corporate eLearning eLearning Future Learning And Development Strategies Professional Development

Can TikTok Be Used to Train Employees?

Designing Digitally

Photos of weddings and random thoughts posted on people’s walls filled the first stages of social media, but things have changed significantly recently. With so many options for social media, everything is now very compartmentalized, and there is a tool for professional and personal development. .

The Importance Of Building An Organization-Wide Learning Culture In Smaller Enterprises

Dan Keckan

A strong learning culture is imperative for every organization regardless of its size. But it’s all the more important for smaller companies who can benefit enormously in the long run to enhance business productivity and utilize existing resources in the best manner.

6 Tips To Help You Choose The Right Platform For Your Online Course | ecadema - it's time

Professional Online Learning | ecadema

Pandemic induced learning compels education systems worldwide to navigate through the scope of online education.Online learning started gaining momentum long before COVID-19 struck.

Think Outside the Box: Solutions for Effective Content Distribution

Deliver your courses in a way that’s compatible with multiple systems, easily manage versions, and create consolidated reports. Learn how to improve your content distribution strategy, whether it’s internally to employees or externally across platforms.

The future of playable learning with Accenture


The post The future of playable learning with Accenture appeared first on Attensi.

New Product Feature: Open-ended Questions for Effective Assessment


Sometimes multiple choice questions just don’t cut it. Product

Top 5 LMS Trends To Drive Learners Engagement

Online education using WordPress as LMS

The adoption of eLearning and online learning is going higher everyday. The LMS remains central to the delivery and tracking of all the eLearning matrices. Today LMSes can actually do so much more like : track course completions, utilisation rates, and operating costs etc.

AllenComm Client Advisory Board Offers Thought Leadership Exchange


This month, we’re bringing together leaders to discuss important learning and development topics in training. The goal is to share ideas and solutions to address current challenges. We’re excited to share. Read More.

How COVID-19 Has Changed Training in the Workplace

Latitude teamed up with Brandon Hall to discover how other organizations were impacted, and how they pivoted, by COVID-19 in order for you to evaluate and deliver tangible, business-changing training to your learners during the pandemic and beyond.

Steps for creating a training-plan

Creativ Technologies

The companies are focusing on e-learning now to ensure that their employees boost their skills. But companies have to understand what managers want in terms of training due to which needs analysis is quite important. Assess the needs of managers.

Our gift to you: Integrate with our API using SCORM Cloud client libraries

Rustici Software

In the spirit of the holiday season, we’d like to give you a special gift that helps make integrating with SCORM Cloud easy. We recently updated our v2 API client libraries with a multitude of changes to make working with SCORM Cloud better than before.


2021 in Learning: Looking Back (and Ahead)


Once again, we arrive at that time of the year where we take stock of where we’ve been and where we are going. 2021 has been a strange one, to say the least. It began with the promise of an exit from the pandemic yet ends pretty much in the same place it started.

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